|Death: ||Oct. 6, 1863|
Military service in CSA , November 14, 1862, Co F. 29th GA Inf. captured near Jackson, Mississippi. Died Oct 6, 1863 in Camp Morton, Indianapolis, Ind. POW. Buried Oct. 1863 in Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis, Ind.
Company F, 29th Georgia Infantry (1)
Until this study was made, the last account that the family received of his well being was that he had gone down to a spring close to where they were camped, when they went to look for him, all they found was his tin folding cup with his name on it. (2)
James was captured by an expeditionary army near Jackson, Mississippi, on July 30, 1863. At that time he was moved to Bluff, Mississippi. He was moved to Camp Morton, Indianapolis, Indiana on August 7, 1863. Private James D. Redding died as a Prisoner of War on October 6, 1863, ust a little over three months after his capture. The records do not indicte cause of death. (3)
Note: Died as a Confederate Prisoner of War at Camp Morton, originally interred at Green Lawn Cemetery (Confederate Section), but reinterred in 1933 in a mass grave of 1616 Confederate POW'S at Crown Hill.
John Forbes Redding (1798 - 1849)
Sarah Milton Redding (1802 - 1858)
Nancy Caroline English Redding (1835 - 1890)*
Jasper Newton Redding (1850 - 1921)*
Sarah Barbara Redding McGahagin (1852 - 1918)*
Martha Margaret Redding Morrison (1854 - 1923)*
Mary Lillian Redding Rooks (1859 - 1945)*
Clarissa Ann Redding Clanton (1823 - 1897)*
William Nathaniel Redding (1824 - 1893)*
James David Redding (1825 - 1863)
Henry George Redding (1833 - 1891)*
Thomas C Redding (1839 - 1913)*
Co F 29th Inf GA
Crown Hill Cemetery
Plot: Confederate Burial
Created by: Jean Ann Campbell Creame...
Record added: Apr 06, 2005
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